Days Inn Henderson

Address: 905 US Highway 79 N, Henderson, Texas, 75652-6111, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 905 US Highway 79 N, Henderson.
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        A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Sep 25, 2015

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        ... each film to which was good, felt like a proper preview. Then me and Kel left before the last film and got a table at a Mexican restaurant next door called Don Juan. It was totally a proper Mexican place. From the type of chairs and tables to the decorations on the ceiling and the margaritas!! We started with chips and salsa like many places do in Texas! Chips is tortilla crisps to us English. I'm definitely going to be saying a few American words when I'm home as ...


        A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Sep 14, 2015

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        ... stress & being away don't really go! Paul was heading out so in a desperate attempt for wifi I've made it back to a McDonald's to suck up the usage and feel sort of normal with Internet in my life. On the way he took me to his local gun shop where he gets his from so that was interesting to see whilst we was out! It's a trip to a phone shop tomorrow that's for sure to get this girl a SIM card! Wish me ...

        Tyler trails

        A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 31, 2015

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        ... Sort of managed but obviously way over packed. Kel was making a true Texan dinner tonight. Smoked ribs with potatoes and grilled veg! Tasted amazing!! Then it was a chilled evening watching a film based in Texas called "the great debator" it was all about how black people were treated unequal for years in Texas and they had massive debates on it. After my film it was time to sleep ready for my adventure tomorrow to ...

        Frankston & Tyler

        A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 30, 2015

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        ... some sun hats out which obviously we're like a cowboy hat so I just had to put one on. Was then time for me & paul to kayak. I'd got the skills down to a T having done it in Wisconsin but this one was a bit more of an open kayak and the lake was huge! Paul warned me that there would most likely be snakes & turtles swimming around. Didn't see any thank god but saw a few turtles heads pop out the ...

        Reflections on Life

        A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Aug 27, 2015

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        ... s annual income being $250,000. This was due to the massive oil field lying under East Texas. The school building was only about a year old at the time of the explosion and was the result of several consolidations. The rescuers had to move about 4 million pounds of rock and debris while searching for survivors and/or bodies. One of the reporters covering the story was a 22 year old reporter named Walter Cronkite. There were many condolence ...